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Congoleum DuraCeramic and Duraplank

Posted by lapouhne (My Page) on
Fri, Sep 3, 10 at 21:31

I intend to use Dura ceramic in my kitchen and hallway and Duraplank in my living-room, my office and my bedroom. I would appreciate your comments either positive or negative on using these two products. By the way, I live in a high rise condo. Could I install these products over my old ceramic tiles and over varnished parquet? Waiting to hear from you....

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RE: Congoleum DuraCeramic and Duraplank

We put the durceramic in our kitchen and bathroom and really like it. You will either need to install it on a wood subfloor or you can install it as a floating floor. To do the floating floor, you will need to purchase congoleums underlayment made specially for the duraceramic and this should allow you to lay it over your existing floor.

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